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Kuwait call to end wars on NY arrival; World urged to promote human rights

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NEW YORK, Sept 14: Representative of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, His Highness the Prime Minister of Kuwait Sheikh Ahmad Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah called on the international community to work towards ceasing wars, promote human rights, and reject violence and terrorism. “

HH the Prime Minister the Sheikh Ahmad Nawaf Al-Ahmad shortly after his arrival in New York to
represent HH the Amir at the UN General Assembly’s 77th session

The international community should live up to its responsibilities in order to stop wars, end conflicts, boost human rights, reject all kinds of violence and terrorism and fight poverty,” His Highness the Prime Minister said in a statement shortly after arrival in New York early Wednesday to represent His Highness the Amir to the UN General Assembly’s 77th session, reiterating Kuwait’s firm support for efforts of the UN and its agencies in this regard.

His Highness the Prime Minister, who was received at the airport by Foreign Minister Sheikh Dr. Ahmad Nasser Al-Mohammad Al- Sabah, Kuwait’s Ambassador to US Jassem Al-Budaiwi and Kuwait’s permenant representative to the UN Tareq Al-Bannai, reaffirmed support to UN’s endeavors to achieve just and comprehensive peace regionally and internationally.

He praised UN role in supporting stability and development in different areas around the globe. His Highness the Prime Minister, who expressed pride in representing His Highness the Amir, said UNGA’s 77th session would be held amidst critical challenges around the world. Since joining the UN, he said, the State of Kuwait’s diplomacy has always been based on preserving sovereignty of nations, good neighborliness and mutual respect.(KUNA)

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